Grateful Dead Live at Capitol Theater on 1970-11-07
GD Acoustic Set: Deep Elem Blues, Monkey and the Engineer, Big Railroad Blues, Operator, El Paso, How Long Blues, Ripple, Brokedown Palace > Uncle Johns Band
NRPS Set: Truck Drivin Man, Together Again Instrumental, Sweet Lovin, Dirty Business, Henry, Last Lonely Eagle, Connection, Louisiana Lady, Honky Tonk Women
GD Electrc Set: Cumberland Blues, Cold Rain and Snow, It Hurts Me Too, Beat It On Down the Line, Truckin > Drums > The Other One > Casey Jones, Attics of My Life, Sugar Magnolia, Big Boss Man, Mama Tried, China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider, King Bee, Good Lovin
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Capitol TheaterLocation Port Chester, NYSource AudienceLineage See NotesTaped by Ken Leigh, Jack Toner and Marty WeinbergTransferred by Jack Warner
Ken Leighs MAC>C>C>D>CD
Jack Toners MAC>R>C>CD
Marty Weinbergs MAR>R>D>CD+(12:44 16:16 of Drums from Toners MAC>R>C>CD)
February 18, 2017
Truckin>drums>Other One>Casey Jones
This is definitely an overlooked show. I've read that it doesn't have all the excitement that the other 11/70 Port Chester shows have. However I love the acoustic set. And the electric set has its fare share of exciting moments. The centerpiece of the electric set is the Truckin>drums>Other One. This is probably the longest drums into the Other One, running over 16 minutes! A real sweet Other One eventually segues into Casey Jones.
June 5, 2015
Too cloudy to hear.
April 16, 2009
The GRATEFUL DEAD "Live On Stage" November 07, 1970 at the Capitol Theater, Port Chester, New York, U.S.A.
This audience recording is pretty amazing. It will sound even better when EQ'd for playback.
"~Very Magical~" show from the Capitol Theater.
An Audience recording "Masterpiece".
I highly recommend giving these audience recordings a chance, it's a taste that is acquired.
Thanks to Ken, Jack & Marty for sharing this wonderful audience recording with all of us, we love you.
Eat, Drink, Be Merry & Listen to the GRATEFUL DEAD.
Thanks for the LOVE from 1969.
January 5, 2007
Audiance recording is not the best
I had a hard time focusing on the tunes w/ the audio levels bouncing so dramatically. In some cases there is such a difference in audio quality that the songs don't sound like they are from the same taping source (or even venue). When you have to jump up to turn down/up the volume or reballance the EQ or fear that the next song is going to blow your ears, it makes for an uncomforatable listening experience. There are conversations taking place amidst the music that, while interesting, could probably be avoided. Show is overshaddowed by the technical dificulties (2stars). Set list is decent(3stars).